This month may have come to an end but there are a lot of Samsung devices yet to receive the November 2018 security patch. Samsung continues to roll out the latest security maintenance release for these devices.
Handsets like the Galaxy A6+, Galaxy J6, Galaxy A8 (2018), Galaxy S8 and more have received it in recent weeks. Samsung is now rolling out the said security patch for the Galaxy J6+, Galaxy J4+ and the Galaxy J2 Pro.
November 2018 security patch rolling out for more devices
The Galaxy J6+ and Galaxy J4+ are two entry-level handsets that Samsung launched a couple of months back. It said that they have been “created especially for young millennials.” They feature a reflective back with a glass finish, 6-inch HD+ Infinity Design displays and 3,300mAh battery. Both have the same Snapdragon 425 processor with varying RAM and storage configurations. The Galaxy J6+ is also Samsung’s first smartphone with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor.
Firmware version J610FNXXU1ARK4 is now rolling out in Germany for the Galaxy J6+. It’s available for download from our firmware section. The Galaxy J4+ gets J415FNXXU1ARK5 in Ukraine. It’s also available from our database. Samsung will soon be releasing the update in other markets where these devices are available as well.
Samsung has also rolled out the latest security maintenance release for the Galaxy J2 Pro. Firmware version J250GDXU3ARK2 keeps it on Android 7.1.1 but applies the November 2018 security patch. It’s available for download from our firmware section as well.
The latest security patch has fixes for 11 critical Android OS vulnerabilities in addition to dozens of moderate and high-risk vulnerabilities. 9 Samsung Vulnerabilities and Exposures (SVE) items have been addressed in this update as well.